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  1. Exhibition: The Great Catastrophe

    November 11, 2018, marks the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice that ended WWI. “The Great Catastrophe: Remembering WWI, 1914 – 1918” looks at the “art of war” through dynamic vintage WWI posters & fine art prints from 7 countries, as well as objects carried or…

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  2. Old Time Country & Gospel Music

    Free event, complementary snacks. Bluegrass, Country, Gospel

  3. ‘The Lost Bird Project’

    The Florida Museum of Natural History will display “The Lost Bird Project,” which includes five cast-bronze sculptures of the extinct Carolina Parakeet, Great Auk, Heath Hen, Labrador Duck and Passenger Pigeon, starting Nov. 1. Artist Todd McGrain created the statues as a tribute to endangered…

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  4. ‘SciArt Meetup: Indigenous Peoples’ After Hours

    Artists and designers are invited to visit the Florida Museum of Natural History after hours for SciArt Meetups to explore exhibits and create art inspired by Florida nature and culture! With partner Santa Fe College Art Gallery, join the museum on Nov. 13 from 6…

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  5. Guitar Art: Historic Innovation of an American Icon through Industrial Design, Art & Music | Guitars from the Henry Lowenstein Collection

    Guitar Art: Historic Innovation of an American Icon through Industrial Design, Art & Music | Guitars from the Henry Lowenstein Collection University Gallery Join the University Galleries for Guitar Art: Historic Innovation of an American Icon through Industrial Design, Art & Music | Guitars from…

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  6. Union Street Farmers Market (Wednesdays)

    The Union Street Farmers Market is at Bo Diddley Plaza every Wednesday from 4 to 7 pm. Get your seasonal veggies, baked goods, bread, pretzels, prepared food, local art, and more!

  7. UF Jazz Concert

    Join the UF School of Music for the UF Jazz Band Concert on November 14, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Auditorium.

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  8. CMC Thursday Night Poetry Jam

    Gainesville’s longest-running open mic poetry reading–25 years and counting. All styles invited–from Beat to Baroque, formal to freestyle, spoken word to academic, and everything in between. All forms of word-based art welcome: poetry of every possible sort, short prose, miniature theatrical pieces, word-centered performance art,…

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